Summer Crash Academy will in August launch its Phenomenal Kids Workshop 2014, under the theme “Continuous Advancement through Remedial Training”.
The workshop will be held at the Troumaca Ontario Secondary School from Aug. 11 to 22.
Jolene Lewis, founder of the Summer Crash Academy programme, expressed enthusiasm in hosting the kids’ workshop this year.
“This year is going to be an extraordinary experience for the kids,” she said.
This year’s workshop has been extended to two weeks.
“Unlike previous years, we have incorporated an element of sports which includes football, cricket and lawn tennis for the children. Additionally, there will be hiking expeditions and several impromptu visits from local entertainers. It gives them the opportunity to interact with a diverse set of children from varying communities.”
Summer Crash Academy kids’ workshop has significantly enhanced participants’ learning.
It provides lectures in basic computing and emphasizes general safety rules when using the Internet.
It also focuses on core subject areas such as mathematics and reading.
Lewis, a teacher, explained that the summer break often results in a lag in the children’s learning upon return to the classroom.
She further mentioned that children easily lose a couple months’ worth of maths skills during the long summer vacation.
She said the competent and dedicated Summer Crash team addresses this concern.
Summer Crash Academy is into its fourth year and receives sponsorship from businesses.
It caters for children ages 7 to 12 years old.
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